Studia humana (SH) is a multi-disciplinary peer reviewed journal publishing valuable
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Studia Humana welcomes original, high-quality contributions that have been neither published in nor submitted to any journals or refereed conferences. The editors at Studia Humana only accept articles in English of from 5- to 20-pages length in normalized typewritten font (Times New Roman, 12pt) in Microsoft Word or LaTeX. Each reference in the text is of the form [1, p. 20] just after the citation or of the form [1], [2], [3] if there is no quoting. The bibliography entitled References is contained at the end of the paper and listed alphabetically:



1. Palamas, G. St. (ed.), Meyendorff, J. and N. Gendle (tr.). The Triads, New York: Paulist Press, 1983.


2. Sinkewicz, R. E. The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God in the early writings of Barlaam the Calabrian. Medieval Studies 44, 1982, pp. 181-242.


3. Swinburne, R. Epistemic Justification, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.



We also require that bibliographies are done according to this sample.


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The author should prepare the paper for the double-blind review (please avoid also all self-references).

All articles accepted by the topical editor are peer reviewed retaining the anonymity of the reviewers. Each paper is evaluated by two reviewers in accordance with the following review form:




Review Form

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